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  • Health is more important

    Why should it matter? Health is more important. Your life could go very bad after making a decision like that. If it is a very serious case, the patient may die, and that would be the doctors fault because he/she didn't take the patient in, only because the patient didn't have insurance. The doctor could get sued by family members or close friends, not get a better job because of the mistake, or lose his/her job all because the patient didn't have insurance.

  • Its a Human right

    Its a human right to have healthcare. This is also part of the UN rights. As long as they can afford it, (doctors should also lower their prices. Price is lower than what its worth $$ ), insurance or not, people in need of healthcare should be entitled to it.

  • Its a Human right

    Its a human right to have healthcare. This is also part of the UN rights. As long as they can afford it, (doctors should also lower their prices. Price is lower than what its worth $$ ), insurance or not, people in need of healthcare should be entitled to it.

  • Saving lives is more important than receiving money.

    The doctor is there to serve the people and treat them medically. Why does insurance need to be involved in this? If a person is dying, let them see the doctor! If you tell a person they can't see the doctor, that defeats the whole purpose of healthcare in the first place. Why is this even a question? For those of you who will argue "who will pay the doctor?" Good question. Do you care about money or do you care about saving lives? Because I think that saving lives is more important. The doctor is there for people to go to for medical treatment, not to sit there saying "nah you don't have insurance"
    Thanks for reading.

  • Whats the difference?

    If you go to a general or private hospital, the only difference is the price difference. As long as the patient can pay there is really no difference. At the end of the day the doctors still recieve the money. So I dont see why we need to debate about this when at the end of the day the patient is still paying and the doctor is gonna recieve his/her pay?

  • Health is more important

    Why should it matter? Health is more important. Your life could go very bad after making a decision like that. If it is a very serious case, the patient may die, and that would be the doctors fault because he/she didn't take the patient in, only because the patient didn't have insurance. The doctor could get sued by family members or close friends, not get a better job because of the mistake, or lose his/her job all because the patient didn't have insurance.

  • I think yea

    Yes. I think this because it isn't fair and they need to see
    Them even without any insurance at all.
    What if there is something seriously wrong?
    Just ask your self what if and they can't even see the doctor
    Just because of no insurance.
    This is my opinion and what I think.

  • The doctors choice

    It should be up to the doctor whether or not to accept patients without insurance. Doctors spend 12+ years and over half a million dollars in schooling, training, and malpractice insurance. If doctors choose to risk not being paid if people can't afford it, then they should be allowed to accept patients without insurance, but most doctors, especially ones right out of med school, need the money they earn by treating patients and can't afford to risk not being paid by somebody who doesn't have the insurance or money to pay the bills.


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